With Rise of the Republic out August 9th, modders will have access to more unit parts and more scripting options as well as the Mod Filter Creative Assembly brought into Total War: Rome II with Desert Kingdoms back in March.
Rise of the Republic is a thrilling new campaign pack charting the events surrounding Rome in the 4th century BC. The campaign unfolds across a detailed map of Italy including Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica and Carthage, and depicts the tumultuous events which ultimately set the stage for the Second Founding of Rome.
Modders will be able to transfer regions between factions, spawn an army or navy in a chosen region, grant technologies through payloads, and restrict available technologies using scripted conditions. Incidents defined in the database can now be easily triggered from Lua. Mission awards may include agents. The new ‘Government Actions’ and ‘Centralised building upgrades’ mechanics introduced in the Rise of the Republic campaign can be customised and applied to any faction (and the same holds for the new Etruscan victory condition requiring the faction to maintain constant ownership over a certain region).
While adding features necessary for the new campaign pack Rise of the Republic, Creative Assembly thought that some of you modding enthusiasts may open to interesting possibilities for modding, so they made them accessible via scripting and the database. They also added a Lua function and a payload type for transferring the ownership of regions, a feature often requested by the modding community.
*Optional: if not present, uses database-defined payloads.
The following callbacks have been added to \campaigns\main_invasion\scripting.lua and can be used as a reference.
New incident payloads have been added
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Highest Rated (4 agree) 9/10
This is a great game but could use some improvements like textures and the way the army's work it seems to simple it does not feel as fun as Rome 1 did also the whole "Free DLC" rubbish is annoying as well but overall it is a good game
Sep 5 2013 by appleby393